TVS HLX Series Sales Exceed 2 Million Mark Worldwide

TVS Motor Company has reported that one of its international products, the TVS HLX series, has sold 2 million units worldwide. The tough and durable motorcycle is available in more than 42 countries.


The TVS HLX series, which debuted in 2013, has lived up to the brand’s promise of being a tough product that is highly reliable in rough terrains. It has played an important role in transforming millions of people’s lives by meeting a variety of commuting needs. The HLX series has been providing last-mile connectivity for commercial taxis and delivery segments in rural and urban areas across Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. Today, the series has become a favourite brand among customers all over the world.


Speaking on the occasion, Mr. KN. Radhakrishnan, Director and CEO, TVS Motor Company, said, “We are delighted that our leading global brand TVS HLX has achieved a sales milestone of 2 million units across global markets. TVS HLX series is a testimony to our customer experience and quality. We continue to set a benchmark and strive to be the most admired brand for its durability, reliability and extensive service & spare parts support across the globe. As a customer-focused company, we endeavour to fulfil the fast-evolving customer requirements and provide customised solutions. This milestone has further motivated us to keep introducing aspirational offerings that cater to customers’ future mobility needs.”


The TVS HLX series is available in 4 variants namely – TVS HLX PLUS 100-cc, TVS HLX 125, TVS HLX 150, and TVS HLX 150X in 42 countries in Africa, Middle East and Latin America. It has a long-lasting and rugged engine with dual-stage filtration technology, as well as a slew of convenience features such as USB chargers, hazard lamps, a gear position indicator, and the option of a telematics solution.

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